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Permit Number: DP13-0220
Parcel: 132130280

Address: 1515 E AJO WY

Review Status: Completed

Review Details: REVISION - SITE

Permit Number - DP13-0220
Review Name: REVISION - SITE
Review Status: Completed
Review Date Reviewer's Name Type of Review Description Status Comments
07/17/2014 STEVE SHIELDS ZONING REVIEW Approved
08/27/2014 ANDREW CONNOR LANDSCAPE REVIEW Reqs Change 7.6.5. SCREENING STANDARDS

Earth Berms may be used to satisfy screening requierments

Provide details that berm indicated meets the following criteria:

The slope of an earth berm, used alone or in combination with a retaining wall, may not exceed one foot of rise for every three feet of linear distance. The width of an earth berm must be self stabilizing.

Location
1) Where earth berms are used, the crest of the berm must be located on site and no closer than one foot from the streetproperty line or, on sites subject to the MS&R zone, the MS&R right-of-way line.
(2) If berms are used in conjunction with vegetation or a retaining wall to achieve the screen, the vegetation or wall has to occur at the area of the landscape border farthest away from the property line in accordance with Section 7.6.5.C.
(3) Bermed areas, front and back sides, must be landscaped to comply with minimum standards when located within the street landscape border area. Vegetation also minimizes erosion.
(4) If the toe of the berm slope abuts a sidewalk or pedestrian area, design precautions must be implemented to prevent water from washing debris, dirt, rocks, etc., onto the sidewalk or eroding the pedestrian path.
(5) When berms are used, design solutions are to be provided accomplishing screening standards if the berm cannot satisfy the standards (i.e., at the ends where the berm slopes or if the berm is cut to place a tree.

Provide previously approved landscape and water harvesting plans

Additional comments may apply